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The Economist on the Libor scandal

What happened and why it matters

If you haven't paid much attention yet to the Libor scandal, this Economist piece will get you caught up quickly.... More

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Audit Notes: Bloomberg on Libor, “can’t find workers” in the WSJ

At least 34 traders are under investigation in the widening scandal

Bloomberg names names in the Libor investigation, reporting that at least 34 traders from more than a dozen banks are... More

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Audit Notes: Ignoring Libor, Barron’s, rich kids and TV news

ABC and NBC evening newscasts ignore the huge scandal in its first two weeks

The Washington Post's Erik Wemple points to Media Matters research that shows ABC's and NBC's nightly newscasts completely ignored the... More

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Audit Notes: Libor Rain Man, fraud without fraudsters, George Will on TBTF

The Journal spotlights an RBS banker at the center of the scandal

The Wall Street Journal's David Enrich has some great reporting on Tom Hayes, the RBS banker at the center of... More

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Audit Notes: Singing on Libor, another bank scandal, Star Tribune

The NYT on how banks are turning each other in

The New York Times, in a good page-one story, reports that giant banks are selling each other out trying to... More

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Audit Notes: Spain’s Dilemma, Brits’ outrage on Libor, Audit Radio

Martin Wolf on how the country’s woes show the roots of the euro crisis

Martin Wolf of the Financial Times has an excellent blog post pointing out how wrong Germany and Co. are about... More

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Audit Notes: WSJ Libor scoop, Business Insider, reader revenue

Deutsche Bank made big money betting on the rigged rate

The Wall Street Journal posts an interesting page-one report on Deutsche Bank and the big profits it made betting on... More

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The corrupt City culture behind the Libor scandal

The Wall Street Journal’s excellent investigation digs up the dirt

In the real word, big conspiracies are hard to maintain. People talk. Disagreements develop. Word tends to get out. But... More

The Libor Lag

Why are investigators only now looking into things that happened three and four years ago?

The business papers all report news that the Department of Justice, SEC, and Commodities Futures Trading Commission (and apparently other... More

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The Libor lie unravels

A big win for the business press

Way back in September 2007, the Financial Times's Gillian Tett started raising questions about the benchmark London Interbank Offered Rate—Libor—a... More

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The WSJ Editorial Page and the Libor scandal

Blaming everybody but the bankers

When wrongdoing by Big Business is in the news, you can usually count on the WSJ editorial page to do... More

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Michael Wolff’s digital media bloopers - The Newser founder trolls (other) digital-news companies


How Americans die

Great data viz from Bloomberg View

The shirt on your back

How did the clothes you’re wearing get to you? We trace the human cost of the Bangladeshi garment industry in video, words and pictures

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Fantastic letter in The Times

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New Jersey’s good government

Despite the bridge scandal, Chris Christie’s state is relatively transparent and accountable. CJR’s Greg Marx talks to Gordon Witkin

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